U.S. Cellular Desire
Excellent Browser, WiFi, 3G & GPS Support, Comes with Android 2.2 (Froyo), Beautiful Large AMOLED Display, Looks Great
Nice screen; decent camera; Sense user interface; uses latest Android OS.
Fast performance. Sharp, responsive screen. Attractive hardware design. Refined HTC Sense UI layer. Smooth, colorful video playback. Reasonable US Cellular plan pricing.
Lovely design and build, brilliant display, excellent web browser, superb integration with social networking services, Sense UI is fantastic
Speedy 1-GHz Snapdragon processor, Bright and rich Super LCD screen, Solid design with soft-touch finish, U.S. Cellular's battery swap program
Well designed, comfortable to use, Decent audio quality, Photo/Video capture is quite good, OTA to Froyo available
Superb display, Excellent Build Quality, Fantastic UI, High Level of Customisation With HTC Sense, SuperFast Performance
The HTC Desire features a sleek design with a sharp and responsive touch screen. The 1GHz Snapdragon processor keeps things running smoothly, and call quality is good.
Latest Android version, a large, bright, vivid and responsive touchscreen, Flash support.
Solid build; feels great in hand; speedy processor; beautiful screen; hardware buttons with great tactile feedback;
Beautiful Screen, Intuitive Multtouch Display, Android OS, 5MPCamera, Accelerometer, Expandable Memory (Take That Stupid Apple), Fully Integrated Social Networking.
Enhanced and fast user experience with updated HTC Sense, Great multimedia experience on its 3.7inch AMOLED screen, Availability of internet tethering and FM radio features on Android.
Large WVGA 3.7-inch display; sleek form factor; HTC Sense software improves default Android UI; good integration of social-networking services; responsive, thanks to the 1GHz Snapdragon processor and 576MB RAM.
Fast, desktop-like browser, excellent social networking features, intuitive and highly customisable user interface, flawless touch-screen and keyboard...
Great operational speed (virtually all applications), Huge screen that equates to very comfortable Internet experience, Partial Flash support, Excellent incall and audio playback quality
Great HTC Sense UI, super fast Snapdragon processor, large AMOLED screen
Great AMOLED screen. Advanced email options. Feels good in the hand
Average Camera, Disappointing BatteryLife, No Sound Customization Options
Must pull the battery to swap microSD cards.
Phone heats up when in use, display is a fingerprint magnet, using optical trackpad to click pictures is inconvenient, camera has trouble focusing on smaller objects, poor FM radio reception, unimpressive battery life
Rarely had a full signal, Camera images oversaturated, Odd design choices
Battery life should have been better, Handset tends to heat up a bit during prolonged usage
Onscreen Keyboard not as Polished as the iPhone's, Somewhat Limited Multimedia Capabilities
No voice dialing over Bluetooth. Camera and camcorder quality are so-so.
HTC Sense hasn't really evolved as much as we'd have liked over the past year.
Ships with Android 2.1; battery life is not great; camera is only “okay” This post was written by: Judie Lipsett Stanford - who has written 1452 posts on Gear Diary. I have had a fascination with all types of gadgets and
Less than a day of heavy usage, Average audio playback quality, More work required on imaging quality.
Screen dim in direct sunlight; colors of photos shot indoors appear dull; one-day battery life; microSDHC card slot blocked by battery.
AMOLED screen has major glare in sunlight, no voice-to-text feature, despite the fact Android 2.1 supports it, video records at a paltry 15fps or lessLook and Feel...
No DivX and Xvid support, Screen that is barely usable in direct sunlight
No music player equalizer, no hardware send/end call keys
No voice-to-text input. Average battery life
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By ITP.net on January 04, 2011
The HTC Desire is a great looking Android device thats fun to use but its limited battery life hurts its overall appeal....80
By PCWorld India on December 09, 2010
The HTC Desire is the top-of-the-line HTC smartphone and comes with Android 2.2....83
By LetsGoMobile on November 25, 2010
T he HTC Desire is, as we are used to by now with HTC, a powerful all-round Android Smartphone. With the HTC Sense look&feel, it is a true HTC, and one that uses the Android operating system. This equips the Phone with a good Internet browser,...80
By TechCentral on November 10, 2010
There is a lot to like about the HTC Desire. It has handy widgets, the Sense user interface is fun to use, and the smartphone runs on the latest Android 2.2 which has a lot of nifty new functions. On the downside, the design is a little bland and the...80
By PC Mag on October 15, 2010
The Android 2.1-powered HTC Desire is indeed desirable, with a robust feature set, a mature and attractive user interface, and plenty of multimedia goodness....90
By Whathifi.com on October 01, 2010
No doubting the value here:'s Desire costs comfortably less than its rivals SIM-free, and great contract deals abound. But it's no economy special: sporting a 3.7in OLED screen and Android 2.1 (for now), it's exceptionally powerful and...80
By TechTree on September 21, 2010
The HTC Desire is priced at Rs. 26,000. Overall it is an excellent device. It looks and feels great, the display is brilliant and I loved the browser and the general speed of the interface. None of the flaws with the device are deal breakers. The...80
By LaptopMag on September 10, 2010
U.S. Cellular answers the call for a sleek Android phone while packing in plenty of speed and a vivid Super LCD...70
By Android Police on September 07, 2010
What's To LoveGorgeous stylingDevice feels nice in the hand and fits well in the pocketResponsive and speedy UIMinimal bloatwareSharp display resolutionWhat's To HateAndroid 2.2 FroYo isn't here yetCamera is a nightmareNo front-facing camera...-